Eagle Trail

Eagle Trail serves Scouts in the Pasadena school district.  All Scout leaders are invited to the monthly Roundtable meeting on the first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at South Main Baptist Church, 4300 E. Sam Houston Pkwy S, Pasadena, TX 77505, 2nd floor. 

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Eagle Trail and Bayshore District Twilight Camp

June 8-12 from 4:30 - 9:00 pm at Lomax Arena (1508 1/2 Lomax Rd La Porte, TX 77571)

Twilight Camp is a council camp hosted by districts for Scouts entering 1st – 5th grade. Scouts earn rank advancements, learn new skills, play sports and games, make crafts, shoot BB guns and archery, but most of all have fun. Scouts can attend any district’s camp that best suits their schedule. Participants receive a t-shirt and patch.

The cost if $60 for Cub Scouts. Register by May 1, 2015 and get $5 off. A late fee is added after May 17, 2015. Lots of volunteers are needed to make camp a success, so please consider volunteering.  Adult volunteers can also register their non-Scouting children ages 3-5 (potty trained) or girls ages 6-13.   Boy Scouts and girls ages 14-17 can volunteer.

At camp, Cub Scouts will salute those heroes who help keep us safe and secure each and every day. Can only adults be heroes? Heroes are often ordinary kids who did something out of the ordinary! Sometimes a hero is obvious, the policeman who risks his life to protect us from violence or the fireman who pulls people out of burning buildings. Some people around us seem like regular people, but they are heroes because they used to be soldiers in the military and served our country to keep us free. Heroes are all around us. You never know when or where emergencies will arise. Scouting teaches us how to handle these situations. We don’t expect to get hurt, and don’t expect to need first aid, but we are prepared just in case. Do Your Best! One person can make a difference. One person who helps can change someone’s world. Maybe one day the hero will be you or your Cub Scout.

The State of Texas requires that every camp volunteer attend orientation training and have current classroom Youth Protection Training (YPT) certification (expires after 6/12/13. Both trainings will be offered:

- Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 7:00 pm at University Baptist Church Chapel (use entrance off of Middlebrook)
- Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 10:00 am at Deer Park United Methodist Church (1300 East 13th St, Deer Park 77535, in the gym)
- Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 7:00 pm at House of Prayer Lutheran Church (14045 Space Center Blvd, 77062).

Register for Twilight Camp

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers who become involved in Scouting in order to share their skills and values with young people find learning, growth, and fulfillment in the experience. Studies show that volunteering in the Scouting Program has a positive impact in many areas of adult life including, Communication Skills, Relationship Skills, Survival and Outdoor Skills, Management and Leadership Skills. Read the Volunteer Outcomes Study conducted by Harris Interactive.

We rely on many dedicated volunteers to promote the Boy Scouts of America's mission of preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. We have about 1,000 volunteers in Bayshore District and Eagle Trail District providing leadership and mentoring to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers. Through the dedication of our many volunteers, we remain the foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training in America.

We are looking for volunteers to serve in leadership roles in our proposed new district and share in the positive experiences of the Scouting programs. Please let us know what areas you are interested in and that best match your strengths and abilities.

Sign up to Volunteer

Saturday, May 30, 2015
9:00 - 11:00 am
Cockrell Scout Center (2225 North Loop West, Houston, TX 77008)

The Cub Scout program is changing! Come and learn all about the new exciting changes that will go into effect June 1, 2015! Den leaders, Cubmasters, parents, committee members and commissioners are invited!!!  There is no charge to attend. Read our blog for more information.

RSVP for Cub Scouts Program Updates Training 



July 18, 2015 at Texas State University at Section Conclave

ArrowTour is one of three programs that comprise a year-long celebration of the Order of the Arrow’s centennial anniversary. In the summer of 2015, four delegations of youth Arrowmen will travel to council camps and Scouting events to bring our national centennial experience to Scouts, Arrowmen, and communities throughout the country.

ArrowTour will provide opportunities to reflect, connect, and discover the Order's Centuries of Service, both past and future. Youth leaders from around the country are already hard at work building the ArrowTour program. The program has been designed for all Scouts, OA members, Scouting alumni, family, friends and non-members alike. Whether a first-year camper or a seasoned volunteer, the ArrowTour program will offer something for everyone. Some of the planned ArrowTour programs include:

  • Exploration: History displays, interactive timelines, and program videos
  • OA Evening Show: A camp-wide program that will recognize the Order’s rich 100 year history, and reveal where the steps to our second century of service begin. We will end the show with a camp-wide social.
  • Activities: Silk screening (bring a shirt), branding (bring hat or belt), 100th-anniversary trading post, and recreational games.
  • Service: ArrowTour Team service project, alumni outreach to benefit local councils.

July 12-18, 2015

If you have completed Wood Badge, and are looking for your next great leadership adventure, consider taking the Summit Leadership Challenge (SLC), a wonderful experiential learning course focused on servant leadership. The course will be held at the Summit National Training Center in West Virginia.

Make it a family experience with the Summit Leadership Challenge (SLC) for adult leaders and National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE) for youth! The courses will run concurrently from July 12-18, with a second NAYLE course offered July 19-25. Or make it a troop or crew experience; travel together, learn together, and lead together!

Adults learn to internalize and practice their leadership skills in this action-packed course. The course hones the skills taught in Wood Badge in an outdoor experiential learning environment. SLC underscores the values of Scouting,  teamwork,  and promotes the concepts of servant leadership. The course is open to Scouters in all programs. 

Summit Leadership Challenge prerequisites include attendance at Wood Badge (you may still be completing your ticket). NAYLE prerequisites include a minimum age of 14 (or be 13 and have completed eighth grade), completion of NYLT, and both courses require a BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (all parts). www.summitbsa.org/programs/training

Sunday, June 14 and Sunday, September 6, 2015

Join the Houston Astros celebrate Scout Day at Minute Maid Park. Arrive early to participate in a pregame parade and stay late for a post game run around the bases! To order tickets click here, password: Scout. For orders of 20 or more and to save on service charges contact Brent Broussard at (713) 259-8316.  The first 2000 Scouts will receive a Scout Day Patch. To receive a patch orders must be made through link or as part of a Scout group through this offer. For more information contact Brent Broussard at (713) 259-8316 or Broussard@astros.com.